Traditional barn conversion set in an elevated position overlooking stunning countryside and mature gardens and grounds. Located just half a mile from the pub, shops and amenities in Hope.
Choose the Hope Valley for an unforgettable break exploring one of the most picturesque landscapes in the UK. Best known for its open moorland, craggy tors and traditional stone properties, this property is ideal for a family or two couples. A must for intrepid explorers, this quirky cottage is perched on the hillside just 0.5 miles from Hope and has easy access to walking routes such as The Pennine Way. Return for drinks in the garden and watch the sunset, tucking into your evening meal alfresco.
Inside, your accommodation sleeps four and is laid out in a reverse-level style so you can make the most of the fabulous views from the windows. The upstairs living space exudes character with eaves, beams and trusses, providing a cosy atmosphere for enjoying family meals and watching TV. Both bedrooms are comfortable and welcoming after a busy day roaming the countryside, and completing the property is a first-floor bathroom for long soaks. Grab your morning coffee and settle down to appreciate the vistas from the orchard garden.
A national park with two distinct personalities: the wild open moors and mysterious bogs of the Dark Peak to the north are within easy reach, as are the soft rolling valleys and limestone caves of the White Peak to the south. Not only will you have oodles of walks and cycling opportunities on your doorstep, but there’s also kayaking, fishing, and caving too. If you are up for a challenge, the tumultuous heights of Kinder Scout beckon 8 miles away, or you can bask in the charm of a quintessential village such as Edale 6 miles away. From here you can hop on board the Manchester to Sheffield railway and take in the impressive scenery, returning for tea and cake in the pretty cafe.